The postseason soon will kick off, with games stretching from San Diego to New York, down to Florida and up and over to Idaho. It’s quite a spectacle. The Big Ten will be in eight postseason tilts. And here is a look at the Best of the Big Ten Bowls.
Thirteen Big Ten players made the 2017 Associated Press All-America teams, it was announced Monday. Seven of the honorees, , including five defensive standouts, earned first-team laurels.
Wisconsin had its hopes set on making the playoff for the first time, but the loss to Ohio State—the Badgers’ first of the season after a 12-0 start--in the Big Ten title game killed those dreams. But landing in the Orange Bowl vs. Miami offers a good opportunity to close the season with a victory vs. a marquee foe.
Who wins 2017-18 Big Ten football bowl games? Pick your eight winner, plus get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's score predictions, inside.
The Associated Press released its 2017 All-Big Ten team Wednesday afternoon, and Penn State RB Saquon Barkley and Iowa LB Josey Jewell highlight the honorees.
The bowl matchups are set. Eight Big Ten teams will be bowling, including three in New Year's Six Games (Cotton: Ohio State vs. USC; Orange: Wisconsin vs. Miami; Fiesta: Penn State vs. Washington).
The final College Football Playoff rankings were released Sunday afternoon, and the Big Ten was left out of the top 4. Alabama earned the fourth spot, the only one of the top four slots that had any drama entering the selection show.
Before we turn our attention to bowl season, it’s time to revisit how BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and Big Ten fans did with their Big Ten title game predictions.
Six days after having surgery on his right knee, J.T. Barrett threw two touchdown passes, ran for another and had a crucial fourth-down conversion late in the game to give the Buckeyes a 27-21 victory over previously unbeaten No. 4 Wisconsin in Saturday's Big Ten championship game.
We polled 105 Big Ten experts and asked them to predict the score of Saturday's Big Ten Football Championship. Tally: 53 picked Wisconsin, 52 selected Ohio State.